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Free Table Saw Storage Table Plans


Table Saw Storage Table

Complete with power tools, extension cords, and various hardware, any woodworking space can become easily disorganized. A good way to maximize storage space while actually improving the safety and accuracy of your equipment it to a Table Saw Storage Table.

The table serves as extra support for lumber and is completely adjustable to match the needs of all your future projects.  This plan includes a unique vertical blade storage drawer, which will make finding your blade and not harming yourself a much more effortless task. Not to mention, there is some really viable clamp space from the table top overhang.  To get started, just click on the image for the woodwork how-to guide. While your at it, why not just renovate the whole workshop?

It seems as if the Lowe’s site has moved things around a bit.  I would encourage you to visit the Lowe’s Creative Ideas site, and here are the links to the PDF’s if they have moved them for good.

Table saw storage table diagram and drawing
Table saw storage table cutting list and layout diagram

Table saw storage table cutting diagram at Lowe's


Tools Needed

  • table saw (or circular saw with a straightedge guide)
  • miter saw (or handsaw with miter box)
  • router with a flush trim bit
  • drill/driver with bits
  • pneumatic nailer (or hammer with nail set)
  • Kreg Jig K4
  • power sander and various grits of sandpaper
  • clamps
  • laminate roller or rolling pin
  • hacksaw
  • framing square
  • tape measure
  • paint brush/rags
  • pencil

Lowe’s Shopping List (print and shop)

  • 4 boards, 1 x 4 x 8
  • 2 boards, 1 x 6 x 6
  • 1 sheet of plywood, 1/4-inch x 2- x 4-foot
  • 1 sheet of plywood, 1/2-inch x 4- x 4-foot
  • 3 sheets of plywood, 3/4-inch x 4- x 8-foot

Hardware & Supplies

  • 1 box (1 1/4-inch) pocket hole screws, fine thread
  • 1 box of 4d finishing nails
  • 4 locking casters
  • 4 (5/16-inch) bar knobs
  • 1 (5/16-inch) threaded rod
  • 4 (5/16-inch) threaded inserts
  • 4 (5/16-inch) nuts
  • 4 pairs (18-inch) drawer glides
  • epoxy
  • contact cement
  • stainable wood filler (PL)
  • wood glue (Titebond III)
  • 1 quart of polyurethane (Cabot Interior Oil-Based Polyurethane)

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